Date:18.07.2017, 10:06 James, 17731836, English philosopher, historian, and economist, born in Scotland. 2. his son, John Stuart, 180673, English philosopher and economist. mill. m Unabridged Based on the Random House Dictionary, Random House, Inc. The Drums Of Jeopardy Harold MacGrath British Dictionary definitions for mill mill1 noun 1. a building in which grain is crushed and ground to make flour 2. a factory, esp one which processes raw materials: a steel mill 3. James. 17731836, Scottish philosopher, historian, and economist. He expounded Bentham's utilitarian philosophy in Elements of Political Economy (1821) and Analysis of the Phenomena of the Human Mind (1829) and also wrote a History of British India (181718) 2. (intransitive; often foll by about or around) to move about in a confused manner 15. (usually transitive) (rare) to beat (chocolate, etc) 16. (archaic, slang) to fight, esp with the fists Derived Forms millable, adjective Word Origin Old English mylen from Late Latin molna a mill, from Latin mola mill, millstone, from molere to grind mill2 noun 1.